Attention! Gear up soldiers; you are in for one adrenaline pumped event with this Army Birthday Party submitted by Tania Srdanovic of Tania’s Design Studio!
Army Birthday Party
Featuring the coolest Army-inspired printables, games and camo detailing, this birthday bash is full of fun ideas that any rugged and tough little boy will go nuts over!
At ease soldiers…
Carry on with your duties as usual, to find these awesome Army themed elements:
- Top secret draft notice invitation
- Army signage + printables
- Army barracks tent dessert table backdrop
- Walkie talkie-inspired juice boxes
- Camouflage cake topped with an Army man + mini custom name banner bunting
- Personalized dog tag favors
- Army training games + activities
- And more!
Printables, photography and styling : Tanias Design Studio
This is what Tania shared about the party- “Atten-HUT! Left, Left, Left, Right Left! Forward & march on up to see the many cool details of this Army Soldier Birthday Party. Sgt Luka turned 9 and wanted a boot camp style celebration with a compulsory Nerf gun fight. With camo bandanas, some camo-cake, and a great drill sergeant, this party was a success Mission Accomplished!
Upon arrival, each guest was sent to the ‘Enlistment Office’ and once that was all sorted, each Private had a TOP SECRET Mission sealed and ready for after their ‘Deployment’.
The Mess Hall was a buzz with important work: simple games like ‘guess how many army men in the jar?’ and DIY paper roll binoculars were fun to make and doubled as a party favor.
Favor bags were stuffed with MRE [Meals Ready to Eat], sour war heads, personalized dog tags, camo bandana, and much more!
Luka and I were excited to find this ammo crate at the Army surplus and it definitely served its time in a combat zone! Another cool detail that the birthday boy loved was the camouflage cupcakes! Not only were they frosted with camo icing, I made the cake batter camo too!
This ‘Band of Brothers’ had an amazing time with the obstacle course, tug-o-war, sniper training and Nerf war activities!
Once each Private completed their mission, they were awarded their Medal of Honor. Using store bought favor medals I re-imagined them as pin on medals; a little cutting, folding, glue and a pin, and they were ready for the troops!”
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